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- Learning how to lead a team or a company at a young age isn’t easy — especially in healthcare.
- We asked Business Insider’s list of 30 healthcare leaders under 40 for the books they’d recommend to other young leaders and entrepreneurs looking to fine-tune their management skills.
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For those pursuing a career in healthcare, leadership skills might be the last thing on their minds.
After years of focused training in medicine, law, engineering, or life sciences, it often takes a leadership book or two to help fine-tune their management skills.
We asked the honorees on Business Insider’s list of 30 leaders under 40 transforming the future of healthcare for the books they’d recommend to fellow leaders and entrepreneurs.
There are lots of management classics on the list, as well as a few surprises. One person even suggested "The Best American Science and Nature Writing."
Read on to see all 29 of their picks.
Additional reporting by Clarrie Feinstein and Zachary Tracer.
“The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Business Law” by Constance Bagley
Omada Health CEO Sean Duffy, 35, recommended the book because it covers how to hire someone and also talks about issues like liability.
"Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost" by Steve Blank
Joshua DeFonzo, 39 and the chief operating officer at Auris Health, said it’s "a 101 for entrepreneurs on a few startup fundamentals: culture, customer development, and more."
"Work Rules" by Laszlo Bock
Recommended by Carlos Reines, 34, cofounder of RubiconMD.
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